Despite Low Unemployment, Job Security Remains Top Concern

Kaiser Family Foundation:  “With the 2016 primary election campaign in full swing, three-fourths of Americans (73 percent) report they are following news about it closely with the economy/jobs currently being the most important issue to voters in the upcoming presidential election (27 percent).  Health care ranks fourth at 8 percent, behind presidential candidates’ characteristics or positions on the issues (21 percent), and foreign policy (16 percent). Similar shares of Democratic voters (7 percent), independent voters (10 percent), and Republican voters (7 percent) say health care is a top voting issue.”

Figure 1: Economy/Jobs Is Top Voter Issue Across Parties, Health Care Ranks Lower

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